There is widespread unanimity of a serious governance crisis underlying the failure of development programmes from eradicating poverty, improving inclusion and equity and strengthening democratic processes.
TISS and Barefoot Academy of Governance are launching this one year PG Diploma Course to create a cadre of `Change Catalysts’ who will engage with issues of governance, sustainable development and democracy.
Who is this programme for?
The Diploma program invites applications from government officials, community leaders, elected representatives, development workers and others interested in designing and implementing institutional change programmes on themes related to `dignity, development and democracy’.
The aim is to foster an inter disciplinary and multi-sectoral exploration of conceptual frameworks and perspectives on governance themes leading to insights and knowledge of how people, communities, institutions and democracies function, from an experiential, personal and critical learning viewpoint.
Structure of the Programme
The PG Diploma Course is structured around 4 thematic modules of 3 months each consisting of both contact classes and distance learning processes.
Each Theme / phase will have a 2 week DIRECT LEARNING contact course program in which the theoretical foundations will be imparted.
This will be followed by a 10 week ACTION RESEARCH AND FIELD WORK programme when the participant-learners will undertake field studies with communities, government and development institutions in their areas of work.
This learning process will be supported through `Distance Learning’.
|1||Formal launch of Course announcement in TISS website||22.4.2016|
|2||Acceptance of filled in application forms including submission of essays on topics described in application form.||From 22.4.2016|
|3||Last date for submission of application forms along with completed essays||5.6.2016|
|4||Shortlist of candidates||12.6.2016|
|5||Announcement of list of selected candidates in web site||15.6.2016|
|6||Payment of I Semester Fees||01.7.2016|
|7||First Module Workshop – Contact Classes||August, 2016|
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2. Complete the online application in the above step.
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